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End of Day

The day slowly draws To a halt Ambiguous to say The least I could spend another hour speculating as to what it Meant! Gulls cry “freedom” Their echoes penetrate The now empty building Just before The six o’clock bell Rings … Continue reading

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Day after Day

Its June… an empty sky …except for blue the colour of childhood innocence… and everything new days of summer perfume of roses and carnations of freshly cut greens alongside football played on the street goals scored between lamppost and railings … Continue reading

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Except for the Day’s Ghost

The best time of the day Is the train journey To the city Is the moment the building Empties And regains its integrity Is the scene from the third flor Window View uninterrupted….. A sky boundless Hosting an unhindered timeline … Continue reading

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An Ambience of Apprehension

the West is moving East morning sun has gone did its bit now, waiting for the rain to come cafe staff rounding up the empty chairs about to close a sky swelling up with ominous clouds pregnant with mysterious words … Continue reading

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A Human Ripple

Sitting in a Costa cafe watching human traffic as it comes and goes…. it’s quiet…. except for the kids Summer Hols…. three weeks left practically a life time if I remember correct sitting by the window at the shopping mall … Continue reading

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Surviving Another Year

A brand new year has just been born Storm force rain has wet its head The cycle starts again…. While sipping coffee in my usual place Le grand cafe “Cafe en Seine” I know their faces but not their names … Continue reading

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The Power Broker

it struck me this sunday afternoon dash early evening daylight fading while nursing a cappuccino and blueberry muffin how youth is a tantalising lie full of empty promise a taste of immortality then, a whiff, a sniff but, nothing substantial … Continue reading

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The Beach

it’s being a while since i walked along a beach sand, sea and shells sandwiches and childhood memories the smell of salty air tingling my senses expanding my lungs once more, as before it was empty perfect! but a beach … Continue reading

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Rooftops Glistens

rain just sits buttercups close their eyelids rooftops glistens train station wait for tired workers to disembark damp clothes clinging another day almost spent car parks almost empty   By   Paolo Michell

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A Pocket Of Joy In An Empty Wardrobe

when i enter a room the airs displaces shifts i have changed the space it’s now a view i cannot see i am now the opposite looking out my energy has altered the ambience the exchange of something perhaps i’m … Continue reading

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